South Beach: Sun, Fun and Art Deco South Beach, or SoBe, spanning along Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean has a long, storied history in film and media. With the photogenic MacArthur Causeway, picturesque Venetian Causeway and largest collection of Art Deco Architecture, this small chic neighborhood is known and recognized worldwide.
In 1964, Muhammad Ali/Cassius Clay carried worldwide consideration regarding SoBe with his well known fifth Street Gym and notorious bombshell battle with Sonny Liston in the Miami Beach Convention Center. In 1966, The Jackie Gleason Show, a famous New York-based TV arrangement, moved to Miami Beach, for the hotter temperatures of South Florida. In ’67, the “Ruler of Rock and Roll” bounced in a race vehicle and shot scenes for his melodic Clambake around the MacArthur Causeway.
Proceeding onward to the 1980s, preparations, for example, Miami Vice introduced a rush of smooth, vivid neo-noire film which dazzled worldwide crowds. With a vibe mirroring the extreme taste of the 80s and ubiquity of MTV, SoBe and Ocean Drive were socially changed from the “Fun and Sun Capital of the World” to magnets for film, promoting, style, workmanship and culture.
SoBe’s appeal proceeds with movies, for example, The Birdcage, the Bad Boys set of three, TV programs, for example, The Assassination of Gianni Versace, Burn Notice and Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Music recordings by any semblance of Drake, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, the Jonas Brothers, and Ed Sheeran have shot in different areas all through SoBe. Miami Beach’s inheritance of being a worldwide focus of mainstream society perseveres.
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